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        • Surrey, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        We are seeking a Senior Recruiter to help our client grow! This role is located in Surrey, BC, and is within the health care industry. Seeking a Recruiter to join their growing human resources team, reporting to the HR Manager. The Recruiter will work closely with the other Recruiter and Human Resources team to screen, source, and complete the full-cycle recruitment and selection for all management, technical, pharmacy, and customer care positions. AdvantagesYou will manage the applicant tracking system and regularly report on recruitment metrics. They are seeking a motivated, outgoing, and driven candidate to support their high-volume recruitment growth. If this sounds like you, keep reading!Responsibilities•Manage the recruitment process and life-cycle, including job postings, initial screening, interviews, in-person interviews, reference checks, and extending offers.•Develop a recruitment strategy and talent pipeline for sourcing candidates using social media, job boards, internet sourcing, professional networking and referrals.•Participates in the interviewing process with hiring managers to fill open positions.•Liaise with hiring managers to review job postings and conduct regular follow-up to determine effectiveness of recruitment efforts.•Prioritizes recruitment needs of the company based on the direction of the HR Manager and Management team.•Develops collaborative relationships with third party recruitment agencies and staffing firms.•Acts as a brand ambassador to promote the company at recruitment events. •Maintains an active presence on social media platforms including LinkedIn.•Builds engagement and recruitment initiatives with local universities and colleges. •Monitor key HR metrics, including time-to-fill, time-to-hire and source of hire.•Identify internal talent for current and future vacant positions (talent development, succession planning).•Collaborates with internal human resources and marketing team on employer brand strategy.Qualifications•5+ years’ demonstrated full-cycle recruitment experience and building talent pipelines.•Previous experience in high volume and corporate recruitment for all levels.•Experience using HRIS and Applicant Tracking Systems; integration experience is an asset.•Experience working in a recruitment or staffing agency is considered an asset.•Strong verbal and written communication skills.•Proven interpersonal and relationship-building skills with candidates.•High degree of initiative and proactivity with the ability to multitask.•Adaptable to change, innovative, and thrive in a fast-paced environment. •Post-Secondary Education in Human Resources, Business Administration or equivalent work experience or equivalent experience.SummaryIf you feel that this is the role for you, please email me your resume at Katelyn.Schoen@randstad.ca with Senior Recruiter in the title. Thanks in advance for your application!
        We are seeking a Senior Recruiter to help our client grow! This role is located in Surrey, BC, and is within the health care industry. Seeking a Recruiter to join their growing human resources team, reporting to the HR Manager. The Recruiter will work closely with the other Recruiter and Human Resources team to screen, source, and complete the full-cycle recruitment and selection for all management, technical, pharmacy, and customer care positions. AdvantagesYou will manage the applicant tracking system and regularly report on recruitment metrics. They are seeking a motivated, outgoing, and driven candidate to support their high-volume recruitment growth. If this sounds like you, keep reading!Responsibilities•Manage the recruitment process and life-cycle, including job postings, initial screening, interviews, in-person interviews, reference checks, and extending offers.•Develop a recruitment strategy and talent pipeline for sourcing candidates using social media, job boards, internet sourcing, professional networking and referrals.•Participates in the interviewing process with hiring managers to fill open positions.•Liaise with hiring managers to review job postings and conduct regular follow-up to determine effectiveness of recruitment efforts.•Prioritizes recruitment needs of the company based on the direction of the HR Manager and Management team.•Develops collaborative relationships with third party recruitment agencies and staffing firms.•Acts as a brand ambassador to promote the company at recruitment events. •Maintains an active presence on social media platforms including LinkedIn.•Builds engagement and recruitment initiatives with local universities and colleges. •Monitor key HR metrics, including time-to-fill, time-to-hire and source of hire.•Identify internal talent for current and future vacant positions (talent development, succession planning).•Collaborates with internal human resources and marketing team on employer brand strategy.Qualifications•5+ years’ demonstrated full-cycle recruitment experience and building talent pipelines.•Previous experience in high volume and corporate recruitment for all levels.•Experience using HRIS and Applicant Tracking Systems; integration experience is an asset.•Experience working in a recruitment or staffing agency is considered an asset.•Strong verbal and written communication skills.•Proven interpersonal and relationship-building skills with candidates.•High degree of initiative and proactivity with the ability to multitask.•Adaptable to change, innovative, and thrive in a fast-paced environment. •Post-Secondary Education in Human Resources, Business Administration or equivalent work experience or equivalent experience.SummaryIf you feel that this is the role for you, please email me your resume at Katelyn.Schoen@randstad.ca with Senior Recruiter in the title. Thanks in advance for your application!
        • Vancouver, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        We are looking for a talent acquisition specialist to support one of our clients in the music industry!In this role, you will be their first in-house talent acquisition expert managing the full recruitment process for all hires: everything from headhunting and creating candidate pools, to managing and optimizing the interview process. They are looking for someone who can be a culture ambassador, giving candidates a great interview experience as well as a glimpse into their company values of community, integrity, curiosity, and tenacityAdvantagesThis role is a great fit for a savvy and personable talent acquisition specialist looking to join a small People & Culture team at a lively and growing music label supporting its mission to empower artist sustainability. Responsibilities•The creation of solid talent pools to source from as resources require•The ability to develop positive relationships with potential talent•Shortlisting great candidates for each vacancy•A favourable time to hire•Managing and optimizing a clear and concise recruitment and interview process, including working closely with hiring managers to: oSupport with recruitment planning and strategy,oDetermine relevant selection criteria, oSupport drafting job descriptions, oAlign on interview process & questionsoProvide interview training to staff•Conducting relevant reference checks•Creating a great candidate experience that reflects our company values•Supporting with employer brand initiatives, including identifying and attending industry and career eventsQualifications•5+ years experience as a Talent Acquisition Specialist, particularly within music or entertainment•Excellent knowledge of and hands-on experience with full-cycle recruiting using various interview techniques and evaluation methods•Proven success filling hard-to-fill positions•Experience with Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) and HRIS platforms•Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills•A keen understanding of the differences between various roles within organizations•Familiarity with social media, resume databases, and professional networks (e.g. Indeed, LinkedIn, Stack Overflow, Github)•Great organizational and time management skills•Proficiency in documenting processes and keeping up with industry trends•Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma in Human Resources Management or another relevant field•Positive, proactive, methodical, and tenacious Summary Why join this company? They offer the opportunity to…•Work with smart, driven, and passionate people in a fun and collaborative environment•Work at the forefront of music innovation•Be creative & strategic•Be rewarded with more opportunity •Utilize a comprehensive health, dental, and vision benefits package•Work a flexible work week, currently from home but when public safety regulations allow it… at our creative Railtown Vancouver office with freshly ground coffee, a fully stocked kitchen, and regular company eventsIf you feel that this is the role for you please email your resume to Katelyn.Schoen@randstad.ca.
        We are looking for a talent acquisition specialist to support one of our clients in the music industry!In this role, you will be their first in-house talent acquisition expert managing the full recruitment process for all hires: everything from headhunting and creating candidate pools, to managing and optimizing the interview process. They are looking for someone who can be a culture ambassador, giving candidates a great interview experience as well as a glimpse into their company values of community, integrity, curiosity, and tenacityAdvantagesThis role is a great fit for a savvy and personable talent acquisition specialist looking to join a small People & Culture team at a lively and growing music label supporting its mission to empower artist sustainability. Responsibilities•The creation of solid talent pools to source from as resources require•The ability to develop positive relationships with potential talent•Shortlisting great candidates for each vacancy•A favourable time to hire•Managing and optimizing a clear and concise recruitment and interview process, including working closely with hiring managers to: oSupport with recruitment planning and strategy,oDetermine relevant selection criteria, oSupport drafting job descriptions, oAlign on interview process & questionsoProvide interview training to staff•Conducting relevant reference checks•Creating a great candidate experience that reflects our company values•Supporting with employer brand initiatives, including identifying and attending industry and career eventsQualifications•5+ years experience as a Talent Acquisition Specialist, particularly within music or entertainment•Excellent knowledge of and hands-on experience with full-cycle recruiting using various interview techniques and evaluation methods•Proven success filling hard-to-fill positions•Experience with Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) and HRIS platforms•Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills•A keen understanding of the differences between various roles within organizations•Familiarity with social media, resume databases, and professional networks (e.g. Indeed, LinkedIn, Stack Overflow, Github)•Great organizational and time management skills•Proficiency in documenting processes and keeping up with industry trends•Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma in Human Resources Management or another relevant field•Positive, proactive, methodical, and tenacious Summary Why join this company? They offer the opportunity to…•Work with smart, driven, and passionate people in a fun and collaborative environment•Work at the forefront of music innovation•Be creative & strategic•Be rewarded with more opportunity •Utilize a comprehensive health, dental, and vision benefits package•Work a flexible work week, currently from home but when public safety regulations allow it… at our creative Railtown Vancouver office with freshly ground coffee, a fully stocked kitchen, and regular company eventsIf you feel that this is the role for you please email your resume to Katelyn.Schoen@randstad.ca.
        • Burnaby, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        We are looking for a Compensation Analyst for one of our clients in Burnaby, BC!The Compensation Analyst will be responsible for the research, design, and execution of the company’s overall compensation. The Compensation Analyst will apply their expertise to develop compensation strategies that align with current and future business needs. AdvantagesThis is a great role for a professional that is looking for the opportunity to share their expertise!Responsibilities•Designs competitive, market-based compensation plans that align with the company’s business objectives and talent strategy•Actively participates in the development of a comprehensive, competitive compensation strategy in alignment with the company’s objectives, initiatives, and budget guidelines•Annually participates in salary surveys and analyzes other available market data to ensure a competitive compensation structure across all markets. Provides recommendations on additions/deletions of benchmark jobs in use, and updates to salary ranges•Serves as a key advisor to senior executive leadership to ensure the company’s initiatives and strategies are supported within the compensation programs•Implements the compensation philosophy, including compensation guidelines/policies and programs that support the business strategy and that enables it to attract and retain high performing employees•Leads the annual salary administration and variable compensation pay process, including sales commissions; develops and recommends appropriate administrative procedures and communication tools to ensure a smooth and transparent process•Maintains job classifications, leveling, and title structures to drive consistency •Provides advice to Managers and HR Managers on pay decisions and salary treatment for promotions, transfers, and job evaluation, including the design of creative solutions to specific compensation-related programs•Maintains strong working knowledge of current and developing federal, provincial/state laws that may affect compensation policies•Initiates various analysis projects and the design of new or special compensation programs to address specific market and business needs or as directed by executive managementQualifications•A Bachelor's Degree in a field such as Business Administration, Human Resources, or a related field preferred•Minimum of 5 years experience in compensation management•CPHR designation preferred •Compensation Management Specialist (CMS) would be an asset •Hands-on experience in the design of compensation programs and systems•Expertise in broad-based compensation programs•Strong experience with reviewing and analyzing compensation data•Valid Passport required •Valid Driver’s Licence required•Strong analytical skills and logical thought processes•Proven ability to build strong working relationships, internal and external to the organization•Strong knowledge of business functions•Strong knowledge of federal and provincial/state compensation legislation•Strong presentation and facilitation skills•Ability to develop and implement strategiesSummaryIf you would like to apply for this opportunity, please email Katelyn.Schoen@randstad.ca with "Compensation Analyst" as the title. Thanks in advance for your application!
        We are looking for a Compensation Analyst for one of our clients in Burnaby, BC!The Compensation Analyst will be responsible for the research, design, and execution of the company’s overall compensation. The Compensation Analyst will apply their expertise to develop compensation strategies that align with current and future business needs. AdvantagesThis is a great role for a professional that is looking for the opportunity to share their expertise!Responsibilities•Designs competitive, market-based compensation plans that align with the company’s business objectives and talent strategy•Actively participates in the development of a comprehensive, competitive compensation strategy in alignment with the company’s objectives, initiatives, and budget guidelines•Annually participates in salary surveys and analyzes other available market data to ensure a competitive compensation structure across all markets. Provides recommendations on additions/deletions of benchmark jobs in use, and updates to salary ranges•Serves as a key advisor to senior executive leadership to ensure the company’s initiatives and strategies are supported within the compensation programs•Implements the compensation philosophy, including compensation guidelines/policies and programs that support the business strategy and that enables it to attract and retain high performing employees•Leads the annual salary administration and variable compensation pay process, including sales commissions; develops and recommends appropriate administrative procedures and communication tools to ensure a smooth and transparent process•Maintains job classifications, leveling, and title structures to drive consistency •Provides advice to Managers and HR Managers on pay decisions and salary treatment for promotions, transfers, and job evaluation, including the design of creative solutions to specific compensation-related programs•Maintains strong working knowledge of current and developing federal, provincial/state laws that may affect compensation policies•Initiates various analysis projects and the design of new or special compensation programs to address specific market and business needs or as directed by executive managementQualifications•A Bachelor's Degree in a field such as Business Administration, Human Resources, or a related field preferred•Minimum of 5 years experience in compensation management•CPHR designation preferred •Compensation Management Specialist (CMS) would be an asset •Hands-on experience in the design of compensation programs and systems•Expertise in broad-based compensation programs•Strong experience with reviewing and analyzing compensation data•Valid Passport required •Valid Driver’s Licence required•Strong analytical skills and logical thought processes•Proven ability to build strong working relationships, internal and external to the organization•Strong knowledge of business functions•Strong knowledge of federal and provincial/state compensation legislation•Strong presentation and facilitation skills•Ability to develop and implement strategiesSummaryIf you would like to apply for this opportunity, please email Katelyn.Schoen@randstad.ca with "Compensation Analyst" as the title. Thanks in advance for your application!

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